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Group exercise makes a comeback as SNAP 2014 admission criteria

Published On: 05 Sep 2014 | Last Updated On: 05 Sep 2014

Group Exercise (GE) has made a comeback as criteria for admissions based on the Symbiosis National Aptitude Test 2014 (SNAP 2014). Altogether 10 marks out of a total of 100 will be allocated to GE to prepare the final merit list.

SNAP is one of the most important entrance examinations in India, conducted by the premier Symbiosis International University Pune (SIU Pune) for admissions into Master of Business Administration (MBA) programs offered by 13 business schools (B-schools) under SIU.

GE was not included in the SNAP process last year. This year, GE will be used as final criteria to grant admission to MBA programs by Symbiosis institutes.

The online registration process for SNAP 2014 started on Wednesday, September 3 and will be conducted till Wednesday, November 26, 2014. The admit cards will be available on the SNAP website from Saturday, December 6 to Sunday, December 21, 2014.

SNAP 2014 will be held from 2 pm to 4 pm on Sunday, December 21, 2014 in 30 cities and the Results are expected to be declared on Saturday, January 10, 2015. The test will consist of four sections for a total of 180 marks as follows:

  • General English: Reading Comprehension, Verbal Reasoning, Verbal Ability for 40 marks
  • Quantitative, Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency for 40 marks
  • General Awareness: General Knowledge, Current Affairs, Business Scenario for 40 marks
  • Analytical & Logical Reasoning for 60 marks

SNAP 2014 will be an objective test. Each question will have 4 responses. Candidates should choose an appropriate response. Each incorrect answer attracts 25% negative marks.

SNAP 2014: Weights for Final Merit List

SNAP Score out of 180 scaled down to 50










GE = Group Exercise; PI = Personal Interaction; WAT = Writing Ability Test

Note: PI, out of 30, 10 marks maximum may be allotted for institute-specific parameters, if required by institutes.

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